Evelyn Margaret Hutchisson

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Evelyn Margaret Hutchisson of Albany, GA, passed peacefully on January 26, 2009. A native of Albany, GA, she was the daughter of the late Thomas and Ernestine Williams. As the wife of a military officer, she became a giving member of every community they lived in by working with the schools her children attended, volunteering at the community hospitals and being a caring friend and neighbor. After her husband retired from the military and her children completed their education, they moved back to her home in Albany, GA, where she reunited with family and friends she knew in high school, volunteered at Phoebe Putney Hospital and enjoyed attending the Porterfield Memorial United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, her three children and their families. Her husband, Bill Hutchisson is a retired military officer and retired guidance counselor. Her son, Randy Hutchisson, lives in Tarpon Springs, FL with his wife, René and their children, Trey and Conner. Her daughter, Beth Ellis and her husband, Dr. Jim Ellis and their three children, Will, Katherine and Brad, have their home in Asheville, NC, where Evelyn spent the last years of her life. She is also survived by her daughter, Patti Stanford and her daughter, Mary Beth, of Winston-Salem, NC. The family plans to have a private memorial service to celebrate Evelyn's life at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, 322 Eighth Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10001 or http://www.alzfdn.org will be deeply appreciated. Evelyn will always be remembered as someone who made wherever she was a brighter place and whoever she came in contact with a richer person.

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  1. We enjoyed Evelyn as a neighbor on Dover Lane in Albany and know you will miss her. She was always so sweet when we played Bunco or visited in the neighborhood. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. Bill, I remember when you worked as a counselor at RMSH. I met Evelyn several times and she was indeed a wonderful, caring woman. My heart is filled with sympathy for you and your family in your loss.

  3. Please accept my condolences and those from my parents, Rose and Charles Zuege. I will call them with the sad news this afternoon. I remember playing with your children in your house on Morgan Ave. in Milwaukee. Mrs. Hutchisson was always so welcoming and kind.

    My parents had hoped to be in contact with you after all of these years but have no way to locate you. I asked around when I moved to Rocky Mount but couldn’t find any information. I know that they would like to personally convey their condolances.

    Judy Zuege

  4. Dear Dear Patty, I have searched for you and couldn’t believe it when I saw the death and your married name. I am so sorry for your loss. I think of all the times we’ve been through and the funny things we did. They have been shared with my family many times. Dear Beth, always looking in the mirror at the Real McCoy saying ‘my hair looks really bad today’, we knew it looked good as always but Patty would say, she knows it looks good. ha ha. I will always remember her sweet smile working away at the bookstore. My cellphone is 252 469-3721. Please give me a call and lets catch up. My sympathy to you all. Love Joyce Joyner

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